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Actuarial Science

In a world filled with uncertainties, actuaries use mathematics, statistics and software to help organizations avoid risk—and take advantage of it.

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Architectural Engineering

MSOE's architectural engineering degree provide you the know-how to build efficient, sustainable structures safely, quickly and within budget through classroom theory and real-world practice in state-of-the-art labs.

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Bachelor of Science – Accounting

Graduates of MSOE’s Bachelor of Science in Accounting program use creative problem-solving skills to identify solutions in their careers. Plus, courses with an emphasis on artificial intelligence (AI) offer a new way of thinking.

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Bachelor of Science – Finance

Students in the Bachelor of Science in Finance program can count on gaining real-world experiences coupled with the financial skillsets they need to successfully delve into the financial world after graduation.

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Bachelor of Science – Marketing

Marketing professionals are experts at identifying new customer opportunities, creating change and developing brand plans to contribute to the bottom line. They are the secret weapons to creating brand loyal customers.

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Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical engineers use engineering principles and methods to create products and services to improve peoples’ lives, such as cardiac pacemakers, CT scanners and artificial hips.

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BioMolecular Engineering

BioMolecular engineers work at the interface of engineering and molecular biology to solve engineering problems, improve current products and processes and develop new products and processes at the molecular level. Students in MSOE’s BioE program learn about cell engineering, nanotechnology and genomics in advanced laboratories.

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Civil Engineering

Graduates of Civil Engineering learn mathematics, natural science and engineering principles but are also proficient in business, public policy, leadership and team work.

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Computer Engineering

MSOE’s CE program integrates hardware and software, building on the disciplines of electrical engineering and computer science. Graduates have not only the technological know-how and communication skills, but also the leadership skills and business knowledge to move their organizations forward.